Nestled on the shores of tranquil, man-made Lake Chatuge in pretty northern Georgia, Hiawassee is the Towns County seat. It is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and two national forests. The Appalachian Trail, the longest hiking-only footpath in the world, runs next to Hiawassee so hikers often stop into town for supplies and food.
Pooler started out as a railroad stop on the Central of Georgia Railroad in the 1830s. It is near the northern Georgia coast, about 12 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean, and it has been grown by 400% within the last two decades.
Friendly Bardstown is Kentucky's second oldest city and the first stop on its Bourbon Trail. It sits amid bluegrass pastures and has recently been named the "Most Beautiful Small Town in America."
Situated in the rolling hills of western Kentucky, pleasant Bowling Green has grown by 17% in the last decade. It was once the capital of Confederate Kentucky and today is home to Western Kentucky University (22,000 students) and a General Motors assembly plant.
Nestled in the lush landscape of central Kentucky, Danville is known for its historic downtown, strong community spirit, easygoing pace and nearby lake recreation. It is a great retirement spot!
Surrounded by gently rolling hills and flat farm land in rural western Kentucky, Murray is a pleasant place that is home to Murray State University (11,000 students) and just 20 minutes from Land Between the Lakes, a huge national recreation park.
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